List of Boston College people

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Stemming from its nickname as "The Heights," persons affiliated with Boston College have been referred to as Heightsmen, Heightswomen, Heightsonians and Eagles, the latter in reference to the University's mascot, the Eagle. The following is a partial list of notable alumni and faculty.

Notable Boston College alumni[edit]

Paul Cellucci '70, JD '73
John Kerry JD '76

Arts and literature[edit]

Business[edit]

Education[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Law, politics, and public service[edit]

Honorable John J.Burns, 1921, Founder and First General Counsel, The Securities and Exchange Commission (1934-1936); Professor at Harvard Law School (1936-1957), Lawyer, New York City and Boston

Media and communication[edit]

Religion[edit]

Science, technology, and medicine[edit]

Economics[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Notable Boston College faculty[edit]

Chemistry[edit]

Economics[edit]

English[edit]

Finance[edit]

History[edit]

Philosophy[edit]

Political science[edit]

  • William Bulger, former Massachusetts Senate president; former president, University of Massachusetts
  • Donald Hafner, former Carter and Reagan nuclear weapons advisor; renowned national security expert
  • Marc Landy, author of several widely used political science textbooks; chair, Irish Institute
  • R. Shep Melnick, former New Hampshire State Rep.; co-chair of the Harvard Program on Constitutional Government; nationally respected author on American politics
  • Robert S. Ross, associate of the Fairbank Center for East Asian Research at Harvard University; senior advisor of the security studies program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; member of the Council on Foreign Relations; one of the foremost American specialists on Chinese foreign and defense policy and U.S.-China relations.
  • Kay Lehman Schlozman, award-winning author and American political behaviorist; advisory board member of the Campaign Finance Institute; former secretary of the American Political Science Association; New York Times contributor
  • Susan Shell, political philosopher and Department Chair; cited Kant scholar
  • Alan Wolfe, director, Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life; bestselling author

Sociology[edit]

Theology[edit]

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